Beypazarı'nda Gündelik Hayatın Dönüşümü: Kadınların Deneyimleri
Kahveci, Zeynep Nagihan
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There has been a transformational narrative of the fact that, with the commencement of tourism in Beypazarı, women began to sell products such as wrapping, baklava, bazlama, which they produced in their homes, on benches and shops, thus obtaining economic freedoms. In this transformational narrative, women are presented as a collective category, with no information on their subjectivity and everyday life. This study focuses on the everyday life experiences of women in the public and private areas mentioned in the transformation narrative in Beypazarı. The issue of how each woman's experience is unique is the pursuit of this work. The issue of how each woman's experience is unique is the pursuit of this work. Topics covered in this study include how women involved in sales at counters and shops participate in labor processes, the resistance practices they have developed in everyday life, interrelations between each other, and how they establish themselves. The study has revealed that the Beypazarı transformation narrative is not a monolithic narrative, and that the experiences, dreams, activism and resistance practices of each of the women are different.